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    Just a montage of clips form our most recent E3. Hope everyone enjoys it!


    Cheers,

    Edited by: Justin Everest

    Games:

    Battlefield 4_ 60 Second TV Spot
    Dark Souls II
    Dead Rising 3_ E3 Announce Trailer - Welcome to the After
    Deep Down (Working Title) _ PlayStation 4 Reveal Trailer
    E3 Cinematic Trailer _ Assassin_s Creed 4 Black Flag
    Final Fantasy 15_Final Fantasy XV Trailer_Gameplay (HD)
    Forza Motorsport 5_ Announce Trailer
    Garrett the Master Thief - E3 2013 Trailer
    Gran Turismo 6 Announcement Trailer
    Grand Theft Auto V Trailer
    Halo 5 Xbox One Official Trailer (E3 2013)
    Halo_ Spartan Assault Announce Trailer
    inFAMOUS_ Second Son (PS4)
    Killzone Shadow Fall Announce Trailer (PS4)
    Metal Gear Solid 5 Trailer (HD 1080p)
    Mirror_s Edge 2 _E3 2013 Teaser Trailer_ [1080p]
    Official Call of Duty_ Ghosts Reveal Trailer
    Quantum Break -- When Time Stutters and Freezes
    Ryse_ Son of Rome Official E3 Gameplay Demo
    Star Wars Battlefront 3 Gameplay E3 2013 Demo [HD]
    The Crew - E3 2013 - Announcement Trailer [UK]
    The Elder Scrolls Online - The Alliances Cinematic Trailer
    The Order_ 1886
    Titanfall -- E3 2013 Announcement Trailer
    Watch Dogs _Out of Control_ Trailer
    Witcher 3
    Wolfenstein_ The New Order - E3 Trailer
    World Premiere Trailer _ Assassin_s Creed 4 Black Flag

    Music:

    Les Friction - World On Fire (Instrumental - Epic Hybrid Act
    Last edited by JustinEverest; 06-22-2013 at 08:53 PM.

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    It was interesting to watch (in HD). The video does not have the quality loss which I normally see in games videos. I don't know any of the games, but other than the tedious subject matter, it was interesting to see how realistic/or unrealistic games have become. Was the post intended as being a 'Fan Video'?

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    I agree about the image quality. Do you have a special technique to keep the image quality ?

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    Glad it was able to keep you intrigued Most of the footage was using In-Game Engines from the developers but there were for sure a couple of CG trailers. And every year it's going to become more and more realistic. But yea, so pretty much most of the videos that were used were in 1080p which I then sized down to 720p. Not sure if it's really any special technique, I'd say its more of the video itself which is good quality.

    Totally a fan video

    Output settings:
    1280x720, 29.97 fps, Progressive VBR, 2 pass, Target 14.00Mbps, Max 14.00Mbps ACC, 160 kbps, 48 kHz, Stereo

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinEverest View Post
    Most of the footage was using In-Game Engines from the developers
    I too was intriged by the quality. Being a total ignoramus when it comes to this, what does the statement above mean?
    Am I to understand you did not simply capture gameplay footage using screen capture software?
    Tim

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    Sorry about that, let me re-explain my self here.

    Pretty much what i meant to say is that the majority of the games that we saw in this video were created via the In-game engines that these developers are using to create games. I simply just downloaded the content and edited to an epic score. But there were some trailers that i used in the video that were CG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimStannard View Post
    I too was intriged by the quality. Being a total ignoramus when it comes to this, what does the statement above mean?
    Am I to understand you did not simply capture gameplay footage using screen capture software?
    It means it was the in-game footage, I.e. what you experience when you play as a character, rather than pre-animated sequences. A favourite trick of media departments was to show pre-animated "end of level" sequences, rather than in game footage (with a tiny disclaimer).

    The graphics engines themselves, I.e what's generates the dynamic content, are often re-used for other games.

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    What Marc said

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Peters View Post
    It means it was the in-game footage, I.e. what you experience when you play as a character
    Sorry, I didn't phrase the question precisely enough. I understood what In-Game Engines means, I was specifically interested in how Justin managed to capture that high-quality footage from it (as it looked so much better than other game footage we see) and he's answered that - he didn't. Which was a little disappointng as I'd hoped there might have been some direct "capture to video" facility built into the games (accessible by end users) which would give access to this sort of quality.
    Tim

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    Well actually Tim,

    the Xbox One and the PS4 are able to capture in-game play. And you'll even be able to edit the footage along with sharing it! So that can all be possible once the consoles release

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